10 Foods That Could Help Lower Triglycerides

Avocados are a great choice when it comes to helping lower triglycerides because they contain healthy fiber and fat. Both fiber and fat are great for helping stabilize blood sugar

Avocado

Oats are quick and easy to make, and they're super filling. Don't forget to add some healthy fat and protein (like nut butter and protein powder) to keep your blood sugar 

Oats

Plus, coconut oil is great for cooking as it is very heat stable. Not a fan of the coconut flavor? Try buying refined coconut oil

Coconut Oil

Cauliflower is a cruciferous vegetable that is high in fiber and low in carbs and sugar. Try roasting cauliflower in the oven or tossing it in your favorite seasonings

Cauliflower

Blueberries are an excellent, nutritious fruit choice. They are low in sugar, high in fiber, and full of good-for-you antioxidants.

Blueberries

Ghee is still technically a dairy product, but some people who are sensitive to dairy have no problem with it because milk solids are removed in the production process.

Ghee (clarified butter)

Arugula is a bitter green, and both Ash and Archibald recommend bitter greens to support liver health. If you're not crazy about the strong taste, try mixing small amounts 

Arugula

Did you know that kale is technically a cruciferous vegetable? And yes, it is a leafy green that tastes great cooked in a variety of dishes like soups, stews, or even sautéed on its own.

Kale

Spinach is a milder-tasting leafy green, but it still packs in the nutrition. Try adding it to salads, soups, stews, smoothies, or other dishes.

Spinach

The fruit contains important nutrients like potassium, and it's a healthy source of sugar and carbohydrates. 

Bananas

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